The Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts (AFGA) at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco is the most comprehensive collection of works of art on paper in the western United States. It began as the vast print and drawing collection of Mr. and Mrs. Moore Achenbach given to the City of San Francisco in 1948. The AFGA collection now encompasses over 80,000 prints documenting key areas of the history of printmaking from the fifteenth century to the present (as well as over 3,000 drawings), Indian miniature paintings, Japanese prints and drawings, a theater and dance collection, posters, rare books, and 19th-century photography. The collection also includes the Anderson Collection of Graphic Art, as well as the Reva and David Logan Collection of Illustrated Books. In addition, the AFGA is home to the Crown Point Press Archive and the complete graphic archives of California artists Ed Ruscha and William T. Wiley. Membership fees range from $100 to $1,000 and requires membership in the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco at the Participating level ($70).